CIRCULAR MULTI-STORIED CULTURE MODE AMONG STRAWBERRY, MUSHROOM AND LEAF VEGETABLES IN GREENHOUSE

Chuanfei Zhong, Yuntao Zhang, Guixia Wang, Jing Dong, Linlin Chang , Lina Wang
This study was to explore a circular culture mode to fulfill vegetal needs of strawberry, mushroom and leaf vegetables simultaneously. There were three layers in ‘A-shape’ shelves, and each layer had two culture tanks on the both sides, the strawberry was cultured on both the top and middle layers (full sunlight), the vegetable was cultured on the bottom layer (middle sunlight), and the mushroom was cultured under the shelves (diffusion light). The results indicated that there were three advantages at least in this mode. The first advantage is improving space and light utilization. The second is growth-promoting each other by CO2 releasing and utilization and improving production and the third advantage is energy-saving.
Chuanfei Zhong, , Yuntao Zhang, , Guixia Wang, , Jing Dong, , Linlin Chang , and Lina Wang, (2012). CIRCULAR MULTI-STORIED CULTURE MODE AMONG STRAWBERRY, MUSHROOM AND LEAF VEGETABLES IN GREENHOUSE. Acta Hortic. 926, 563-565
DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2012.926.80
https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2012.926.80
strawberry, mushroom, light utilization, space utilization, CO2, soilless culture
English

Acta Horticulturae